I’ve gone to one of my favorite haunts (an underground car park) All new images ,but one or two of them are re-shoots including this first one, in the series.
This series is inspired by the album OBLIVION HYMNS by the band Hammock. One image a day for each of the 10 original songs + 3 bonus images for the deluxe edition of the album. Total 13 images in 13 days (13 has always been a lucky number for me).
I love Hammock’s moody work and it has been a perfect soundtrack for my current state of mind. So here we go…..
FYI – for those who follow me, or maybe you’ve chanced upon my page, and you like my photo-based digital abstracts: I’ve now collected them on one gallery page titled abstract creations. So now you don’t have to scroll through all my posts to find them. If you click on ABSTRACT CREATIONS (shown under my blog header) then click on any one of the photos you can view it larger. You can also use this link.
For over 20 years I’ve had a shaved head and a mustache usually with a goatee tuft under my lower lip. But this year has been all about change. Change both wanted and unwanted. I decided changing my look was part of a change I wanted. So now my hair is shoulder length and I have a full beard. I’ve gotten in touch with my inner Walt Whitman (one of my favorite American Poets). I took this selfie with my iPhone and processed it in photoshop. Pleased enough with the outcome to use it as my new avatar profile image for my sites. Enjoy.
****editorial note**** This post was actually scheduled back in September. I had no idea at that time how prophetic it would be and again making me realize how signs are “The Story Of Our Lives.” On Friday, Nov. 1 all the residents of the apartment building were served notice that the building was under new ownership. And while I was not entirely surprised: This building was built in 1920 and has been in a state of steady decline for years. Because of the historical nature of the building, the cost of maintaining it was astronomical – i.e. “a money pit”. The notice went on to state that the new owner would not renew any of the leases and that all current tenants had to vacate the premises by 1/15/2020. So while I wasn’t entirely surprised about new ownership it was still a shock to the system to be told that I would have to find a new residence. My present address is 22 Rhodes Ave and I have lived here 22 years and 6 mo. so there is not only a long building history but a long personal history attached to this location so it is not only a mental and physical adjustment but also an emotional adjustment. Perhaps its just some sort of funky synchronicity or kismet. I really hate (read H-A-T-E) abrupt change and this was abrupt. Well, for the past two weeks I’ve been adjusting to the idea and forcing myself to search for a new location that is closer to my place of work. It’s been very stressful. I can’t wait until this is over and I’m settled in a new place. From a posting point of view; I have image posts scheduled through the end of January 2020. I may not be checking on your posts until things get settled. I apologize if I seem an absent friend for a while; so, until things settle down, I am “Out”. I wish all of you many successful posts even if I’m not able to enjoy them until I return.